In addition to announcing GMC’s next-generation crossover in Canada and confirming its arrival in the Middle East, General Motors also officially announced the all-new 2024 GMC Acadia in Mexico.
GM Mexico took advantage of the world debut of the all-new 2024 GMC Acadia in Detroit to announce the arrival of the completely redesigned crossover to the Latin country next year, as part of the renewal of the utility portfolio of the brand specialized in trucks and SUVs from the automaker. In fact, the new 2024 Acadia grows in all its dimensions and debuts a muscular design based on GMC‘s rich truck heritage.
“For this next generation, our mission was to reimagine the design and the proportions of the Acadia to create a bolder, more commanding presence, firmly in the vein of the evolving GMC portfolio,” said GMC Acadia Design Lead Ben Zavala. “With its assertive, powerful stance, the 2024 Acadia evokes a truck-inspired personality, infused with the brand’s signature premium feel,” he added.
In addition to being longer, wider and taller than its predecessor, the 2024 GMC Acadia stands out by introducing a new exterior design language with elevated proportions, a reinvented interior with more premium details, next-generation technologies, extensive standard safety equipment and an all-new powertrain.
Unlike all other announcements in the rest of the markets, the official statement from GM’s Mexican subsidiary for the 2024 GMC Acadia only refers to the range-topping Denali trim level, with no mention of changes for the third-generation model’s AT4 variant. This notable omission could indicate that the 2024 Acadia will initially arrive in the Mexican market exclusively in Denali trim – with the AT4 to follow at a later date.
Although a timeline has not yet been officially revealed, the all-new 2024 GMC Acadia is expected to arrive in Mexico and begin shipping sometime in the first half of next year – a couple of months after the launch of the new model in the United States. All details about equipment and availability of the new Acadia in the Latin country will be announced closer to the launch date.